Three Horseshoes Faversham

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A traditional Kentish pub serving top-class local ales

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With its white weather-boarded exterior, old oak beams and hops adorning the bar, The Three Horseshoes is every inch the classic Kentish pub.

Built 330 years ago, it was the second public house purchased by Shepherd Neame (in 1768) and remains to this day true to the traditions it is proud of.

Nestled in the hamlet of Staplestreet, between the villages of Boughton-Under-Blean and Hernhill, it is a blissfully cosy spot to escape the hustle and bustle of modern life.

The landlord and landlady take great pride in offering top quality beers, a wide range of wines and spirits and traditional home cooked food just like mum used to make.

Whilst a typical “locals” pub it offers a great venue for walkers, cyclists and visitors to the beautiful Mount Ephraim Gardens just 120 yards down the road.

The warm, inviting interior with its log burning fires is complimented in the summer months by its attractive beer garden.

The pub offers special food evenings specifically its Fish and Chip night on Tuesdays with its renowned quality and fantastic value and its Curry Night on a Wednesday.

Also don’t forget the annual “Wheelie Bin Race” every July (as featured on BBC TV).